10 Life Lessons From Batman

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10 Life Lessons From Batman

  1. 1. 10<br />Life Lessons<br />From Batman<br />Put on your cape, brave the darkness, and the light will come!!!<br />
  2. 2. In the original version of the story and the vast majority of retellings, Batman's secret identity is Bruce Wayne, an American millionaire (later billionaire) playboy, industrialist, and philanthropist. Having witnessed the murder of his parents as a child, he swore revenge on crime, an oath tempered with the greater ideal of justice. Wayne trains himself both physically and intellectually and dons a bat-themed costume in order to fight crime!<br />
  3. 3. Batman is the superhero above all others that we can look up to. He was never bitten by a fancy bug, wasn’t injected with a super serum, and wasn’t born on a distant planet or anything of that nature.  He made a decision that the world in which he lived sucked, so he turned himself into a bad ass in order to do his part to fix it. Listed are 10 Life Lessons we might have learned from him : <br />
  4. 4. Lesson # 1 : Build a better you<br />Batman wasn’t born with super powers; he was born Bruce Wayne, a man who created his alter-ego Batman to fight injustice and crime in Gotham. He is like a man possessed; doing whatever he can to get an edge – more efficient training routines, a lighter material for his uniform to move faster, night vision goggles, better wings for the bat suit, etc.<br />
  5. 5. Lesson # 2 : Find what drives you<br />“They told me there was nothing out there, nothing to fear. But the night my parents were murdered I caught a glimpse of something. I’ve looked for it ever since. I went around the world, searched in all the shadows. And there is something out there in the darkness, something terrifying, something that will not stop until it gets revenge… Me.”Bruce Wayne will run through walls to get what he wants. <br />
  6. 6. Lesson # 3 : The night is darkest before the dawn<br />Maybe you’re a blogger and after a few months of growth things start to slow down and you begin to question if it’s worth all of the time and effort. The night is the darkest before the dawn, my friend.<br />If you can get through that tough time, if you can push through when most others give up, you’ll find success in whatever it is you’re chasing. <br />
  7. 7. Lesson # 4 : Be the hero we needed<br />At the end of The Dark Knight, Batman takes the rap for a crime he didn’t commit in order to continue giving hope to the Gotham people. Essentially, he had to make a completely selfless decision so that the community was protected from the truth.  It is easier to take the “I’m innocent” path and keep himself clean, but that’s not what’s needed to be done. He does what’s right and what’s necessary.<br />
  8. 8. Lesson # 5 : It’s what you do that defines you<br />Bruce’s love interest, Rachel Dawes, is unaware that her childhood friend is Batman. She only sees the false exterior he’s created to hide his identity – that of an aloof billionaire playboy.  When he tries to explain to her that deep down inside he’s the same person she used to know, she tells him, “It’s not who you are underneath, but what you do that defines you.”<br />
  9. 9. Lesson # 6 : Prepared for whatever might happen<br />Whether the Joker had him dangling by a rope with sharks waiting to eat him, or The Riddler had him under a saw, preparing to cut him in two, Batman was always ready for the situation. After all, he had instant shark repellent in his belt, and he was equipped with rust solution for the saw. So lesson number six is to always be prepared.<br />
  10. 10. Lesson # 7 : Always be kind to people<br />Always be kind to people because you might need them later in life. Batman had a knack for feeling sorry for the underdog. We could never figure out if he liked or hated Cat Woman. His kindness to her, got him and Robin out of more than one sticky situation. Cat Woman let him go, because she too was confused about how she felt about the masked wonder. <br />
  11. 11. Lesson # 8 : Always thinking about others before his self <br />Batman was always thinking about others before his self. He was very self sacrificing. That was the point of the Bat signal- so he would always be on hand to battle Gotham's wows, and to help it's citizens. Bruce Wayne would drop what he was doing in an instant to become Batman and put others before his own needs.<br />
  12. 12. Lesson # 9 : Give and share knowledge freely!<br />The Riddler in Batman Forever creates a device to steal people's thoughts from them... The lesson here? Share what you know with people you care about - don't keep secrets, they're never good for you. Also, when you share with others they'll usually share with you - and that's pretty awesome! <br />
  13. 13. Lesson # 10 : Humanity deserves to be saved.<br />Even when people have committed atrocious actions, they can always change their ways. Of course we have laws and when you violate them you're punished accordingly, but for things such as greed, selfishness, racism - things that have no punishment, people can always turn it around, don't give up on them - we have to believe it will get better and work towards making it better ourselves.<br />
  14. 14. Nobody will hand you a better life on a silver platter.  Reading fitness sites all day long will not make you thinner and have bigger muscles – you actually need to take the things you’ve learned and DO THEM.  Like Bruce Wayne and his gadgets, you need to invent a better life for yourself…and then you need to BUST YOUR ASS to make it happen.<br />
  15. 15. Put on your cape, brave the darkness, and the light will come!!!<br />Thank You Very Much<br />SompongYusoontorn<br />

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